This rifle was produced from 1937 to 1963. +/- 383,000 were made Compare some of the below charicteristics to your rifle to narrow down the date of production: The takedown screw head didn't protrude after 1937.


After production of @ 125,000, the triggers were grooved.

After production of 134,000 the tirggers were ungrooved.

Early guns had bolts, triggers, safeties, cocking pieces and trigger guards chromed.

Earlier guns had finger grooves on forends. These rifles in good condition are valued +/- $265.00 The model 67 was manufactured from 1934 to 1942 and then again from 1946 to 1963. In all, about 383,600 Model 67 rifles were manufactured. The Model 67 had a chrome plated bolt, safety lock and trigger, it was cocked by pulling back on the cocking piece which is located on the back of the bolt. The stock was a plain walnut pistol grip type which originally had a finger groove in the forend. Finger grooves were omitted from the forend in 1935 until an improved stock, with the barrel-retaining bolt recessed in the forend, was adopted in October 1937. The bolt-retaining spring was omitted from January 1938, when efforts were made to smooth the bolt stroke and improve ejection by revising the bolt, sear and extractor. Model 67 rifles were also offered in: 22 WRF (added in 1935), smooth bore (1936-42), Miniature Target Boring ,(1940-41), Junior Rifle (also known as the "Boy's Rifle", 1937-42) and telescope-sighted rifles, (1937-42) The model 67 was manufactured from 1934 to 1942 and then again from 1946 to 1963. In all, about 383,600 Model 67 rifles were manufactured. The Model 67 had a chrome plated bolt, safety lock and trigger, it was cocked by pulling back on the cocking piece which is located on the back of the bolt. The stock was a plain walnut pistol grip type which originally had a finger groove in the forend. Finger grooves were omitted from the forend in 1935 until an improved stock, with the barrel-retaining bolt recessed in the forend, was adopted in October 1937. The bolt-retaining spring was omitted from January 1938, when efforts were made to smooth the bolt stroke and improve ejection by revising the bolt, sear and extractor. Model 67 rifles were also offered in: 22 WRF (added in 1935), smooth bore (1936-42), Miniature Target Boring ,(1940-41), Junior Rifle (also known as the "Boy's Rifle", 1937-42) and telescope-sighted rifles, (1937-42)

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